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Audio Journal, Inc., a nonprofit radio, cable, telephone and online broadcast service, seeks to inform and empower those disadvantaged by age, blindness or low vision.
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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Audio Journal’s first Dining in the Dark was a fun filled night to remember. Guests experienced an elegant dinner in the historic Bull Mansion of Worcester while blindfolded. The tastes and smells of the three course meal filled the imagination with such delight as...read more
Dining in the Dark 2017 Audio Journal presents An Actual Blind Date Dining in the Dark You are invited for a unique dining experience.You will discover a heightened sense of touch, smell and sound while you dine blindfolded on a delicious meal. Where: 55 Pearl Street...read more
A talk show hosted by Massachusetts State Senator Harriette Chandler. Beacon Hill Chat is a program with interesting people talking about the interesting things going on in Central Massachusetts Senator Chandler welcomes Vince Lombardi, the Executive Director of the...read more